morten at mortent.org
Sat Mar 3 10:41:56 UTC 2007
> I second Solaris zones are very rubust. Easy to setup and maintain.
But it is still software virtualization? Last time I checked you could
only run the same OS in the zones as on the host. Has that changed?
I much prefer a hardware hypervisor architecture. Let the hardware
manage your virtual machines. More robust, faster and it puts management
of hardware where it belongs. Too bad no-one makes hardware hypervisors
for x86 hardware, afaik.
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And if it turns out that there is a God, I don't believe that he is evil.
The worst that can be said is that he's an underachiever.
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